Buckcherry’s Josh Todd on New Music, Touring, and Home Life
Promises new album Hellbound best work yet
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
June 25, 2021
At first look you may find Buckcherry's frontman Josh Todd intimidating, but after a few seconds you'll be quickly taken by his sweet charm and mild-mannered personality which if you've seen live, is ever-present on stage.
Todd and his hard rock group, Buckcherry released their 9th full-length album Hellbound today.
Recorded during quarantine and produced by Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe), Todd calls it their best yet.
Hellbound reflects many of the classic records that the band was so greatly influenced by growing up and offers plenty of mid-tempo songs and ballads while delivering on what they do best; ROCK with songs such as "So Hott," "Here I Come," and "Gun."
It’s been 22 years since the group's self-titled debut was certified gold. Since then, Buckcherry have been wowing loyal fans around the globe with their commitment to the true hard rock sound that have served them so well, along with their captivating live shows due in large part to Todd’s mesmerizing presence on stage. Todd told us those influences go well beyond music and into the realm of stand-up comedy, which was shaped at an early age by late great comedians such as George Carlin, Richard Pryor, and Sam Kinison. See for yourself. Buckcherry will be touring the US, Canada, and the UK through the end of December.